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  • Living with Aspergers

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    known as Aspergers. Their traits can affect their social, mental, and behavioral aspects of life. Because of this, peers might classify them as weird simply because they do not act the same way, causing a decline in self confidence. Diagnosis can tremendously help to jumpstart treatment in this area. Despite lack of knowledge about Aspergers, a disorder closely related to autism, it is very much its own; not only in the way it is diagnosed, but also in its characteristics. Hans Aspergers first described

  • Asperger Syndrome Analysis

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    similar to the one before. Asperger Syndrome is a relatively new condition to be added to the range of autism disorders (Searle). In both cases, individuals with Autism and Asperger find it hard to communicate with others. People with Asperger Syndrome are not only introvert, but also reserved .Unlike people with ADHD; most of them do not necessarily need to be alone what happens is that when they are not alone is that same social interaction which brings difficulties. Asperger affects the way they socialize

  • Aspergers: Defining the Syndrome

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    Aspergers: Defining the Syndrome What makes you different? Is it your clothes, your personality or your hobbies? Do these things set you apart from everybody else or do they help you fit in? Would you change these things if you could. What if you couldn't change it because it was part of your DNA? Its something you can never change and it will be with you the rest of your life. One of these things is Aspergers. The symptoms, causes,diagnosis and their daily lives set them apart from everybody

  • Essay On Asperger Syndrome

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    Hans Asperger and Stereotypes of Autism Hans Asperger, was an Austrian pediatrician that observe autistic-like behaviors and social and communication challenges of children that hade normal intelligence as well as normal language development, in the 1940’s. Asperger syndrome is a type of Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). PDD involve delays in the development of skills, mostly around social, communication, and imagination and abstract thinking skills. Many experts argue that Asperger syndrome

  • Aspergers Syndrome Essay

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    Asperger’s Syndrome In today’s society, Asperger’s Syndrome is being talked about, and seen, more than ever, from television shows, such as Parenthood, to magazine articles, and of course in the inclusive classroom. Throughout this paper we will be looking at where Asperger’s Syndrome originated, some of the characteristics and causes, as well as ways in which teachers and parents can better deal with a child that has Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger’s Syndrome is found under Autistic Spectrum

  • The Asperger Syndrome (RTT)

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    About Asperger Syndrome The disorder is named after Hans Asperger, a Viennese pediatrician who, in 1944, first described a set of behavior patterns apparent in some of his patients, mostly males. Asperger noticed that although these boys had normal intelligence and language development, they had severely impaired social skills, were unable to communicate effectively with others, and had poor coordination. According to the Asperger Syndrome Coalition of the United States, the onset of AS may be later

  • Children With Asperger 's Syndrome

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    (which may be referred to as Asperger syndrome, Asperger’s disorder, or simply AS) had its firsts definition in 1944 by Hans Asperger, a Viennese child psychologist. He found in four boys a certain set of behaviorisms he described as "autistic psychopathy”. These behaviorisms included "a lack of empathy, little ability to form friendships, one-sided conversation, intense absorption in a special interest, and clumsy movements." The kids were called “little professors” by Asperger because of the way they

  • Essay on What is Asperger Syndrome?

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    perplexing disorder, of countless, that needs to be acknowledged. Although it is one of the more well-known disorders, an understanding of Asperger’s is far from common knowledge. There is an abundance of misconceptions and people unaware of what Asperger Syndrome actually is. Being uncertain about the characteristics of a person with Asperger’s allows people to go through life not understanding the disorder itself and people who have it. Asperger’s is one disorder of many in the Autism Spectrum

  • Asperger 's Syndrome Of Children

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    every day functions (Stoddart, 2005, p.14). Asperger had a positive view on these children. He recognized that these qualities could present some difficulties, but he instead focused on the strengths of these abnormalities (Silverman & Weinfeld, 2007, p. 3). Asperger believed that the characteristics he observed would lead to strengths across the lifespan that would not be present in a normal-developing child (Silverman & Weinfeld, 2007, p. 3). Asperger believed that these children should and could

  • Asperger Syndrome: Implications and Intervention

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    Asperger Syndrome: Implications and Interventions Asperger Syndrome (AS) is a condition characterized by developmental delays most notable in social contexts. AS is most commonly identified by obsessive and repetitive behaviors and unawareness of nonverbal communication. Both Asperger syndrome and autism are forms of pervasive developmental disorders (PDD). It is important to note the distinctions between the two PDD’s. We do not see impairment of adaptive skills, cognitive development, or language